The Cult of Carp Fishing

July 21, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

cerveniak_carp.jpgIn the Denver Post, Karl Licis writes about Colorado’s “carp flats,” noting that the hunt for these highly selective fish has created a fly-fishing subculture.
“Well, maybe not exactly the Florida flats, but for a number of fly-fishermen in search of new challenges and a worthy adversary that has justifiably been called a freshwater bonefish, the shallow coves of Elevenmile Reservoir, among others, might be the next best thing.” (Alex Cerveniak photo)